The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 5 (September 1, 1929)
When They Agreed
When They Agreed.
Although John and his wife had been married forty years, it was said they had never been known to agree—except on one memorable occasion. John bought a car, and in due course learned to drive—in a way. When he took his wife for her first ride all went merrily until John attempted to turn a corner.
“John!” screamed his wife, grasping his arm. “You're going to hit that pole.”
“I know it,” said John.
And he did.
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